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# Class exercise - INDU631 1 Simulation Department of...

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Unformatted text preview: INDU631 1: Simulation Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Aerospace Engineering ta University Concordia Uf STEP 1: Create Arrivals and Direct to Service Winter 2019 Re-read the Arrivals description of the problem. The events events will happen according to the following pseudocode: Create arriving calls Record attempted call (counter) If a trunk line is available - Seize Increment call counter Delay for recording Determine call type Direct call type Else (all trunk lines are busy) Count rejected call Dispose of call Create the first three modules in Arena: Create, Record and Decide, corresponding to the above outline and the information given in the problem description. You should obtain something like: Create Call Arrivals Record Attempted Call Trunk Line Available? What difficulty do you encounter already? To overcome this difficulty, set up the Decide module as follows: Name Trunk Line Available? Type 2-way by Condition If Expression Value NR (Trunk Line) <MR (Trunk Line) In words, what does the expression in the Value field of the Decide module mean? Hint: look up the definition of variable NR and MR in the Variables Guide. Is Trunk Line an entity, a resource or a process?...
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• Winter '18
• Daria Terekhov
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